Review: HaNaYaMaTa

We all fear a future where we never amount to anything. But when it overwhelms you, it’s the loneliest feeling to bear. Naru Sekiya admits that she is painfully average, playing up to a realism that doesn’t exist in her any more than anyone else. In truth, she idolises fairytale princesses who dazzle away all darkness and doubt. She wants someone to take her away … Continue reading Review: HaNaYaMaTa